List of Publications

(Publications for Jin-Wu Jiang, see also google scholar;  ResearcherID list )

 

  1. J. W. Jiang, H. Tang, B. S. Wang, and Z. B. Su, “Chiral symmetry analysis and rigid rotational invariance for the lattice dynamics of single-wall carbon nanotubes”, Phys. Rev. B 73, 235434 (2006) .

  2. Jin-Wu Jiang, Hui Tang, Bing-ShenWang and Zhao-Bin Su, “A lattice dynamical treatment for the total potential energy of single-walled carbon nanotubes and its applications: relaxed equilibrium structure, elastic properties, and vibrational modes of ultra-narrow tubes”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 20 045228(2008).

  3. Jin-Wu Jiang, Hui Tang, Bing-Shen Wang and Zhao-Bin Su, “Raman and infrared properties and layer dependence of the phonon dispersions in multilayered graphene”, Physical Review B 77, 235421 (2008).

  4. Hui Tang, Jin-Wu Jiang, Bing-Shen Wang and Zhao-Bin Su, “A full spd tightbinding treatment for electronic bands of graphitic tubes”, Solid State Commun.149, 82 (2009).

  5. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, “Thermal conductance of graphene and dimerite”, Phys. Rev. B 79, 205418 (2009).

  6. J.-S. Wang, X. Ni, and J.-W. Jiang, “Molecular dynamics with quantum heat baths: results for nanoribbons and nanotubes”, Physical Review B 80 224302 (2009).

  7. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S.Wang, and B. Li, “Youngs modulus of graphene: A molecular dynamics study”, Physical Review B 80, 113405 (2009).

  8. J.-W. Jiang, J.-H Lan, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, “Isotopic doping effect on the thermal conductivity of graphene: localization mechanism”, J. Appl. Phys. 107, 054314 (2010).

  9. J.-W. Jiang, J. Chen, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, “Edge states induce boundary temperature jump in molecular dynamics simulation of heat conduction”, Physical Review B 80, 052301 (2009).

  10. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, “Topology induced thermal rectification in carbon nanodevice”, Europhys. Lett. 89, 46005 (2010).

  11. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S.Wang, and B. Li, “Thermal expansion in single-walled carbon nanotubes and graphene: nonequilibrium Greens function approach”, Physical Review B, 80, 205429 (2009).

  12. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S.Wang, and B. Li, “Topological effect on thermal conductivity in graphene”, J. Appl. Phys. 108, 064307 (2010).

  13. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, “Thermal contraction in silicon nanowires at low temperatures”, Nanoscale, 2, 2864 (2010).

  14. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S.Wang, and B. Li, “Elastic and non-linear stiffness of graphene: a simple approach”, Physical Review B, 81, 073405 (2010).

  15. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S. Wang, “Conditions for the existence of phonon localized edge-modes”, Physical Review B, 81, 174117 (2010).

  16. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S. Wang, “Self-repairing in single-walled carbon nanotube by heat treatment”, J. Appl. Phys. 108, 054303 (2010).

  17. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, "NEGF study of the thermoelectric properties in single-walled carbon nanotubes", J. Appl. Phys., 109, 014326 (2011).

  18. J.-W. Jiang, J.-S. Wang, and B. Li, "Joule heating and thermoelectric properties in short single-walled carbon nanotubes: electron-phonon interaction effect",J. Appl. Phys. 110, 124319 (2011).

  19. J.-W. Jiang and J.-S. Wang, “A universal exponential factor in the dimensional crossover from graphene to graphite”, J. Appl. Phys., 108, 124311 (2010).

  20. J.-W. Jiang, B.-S.Wang, J.-S.Wang, “First principle study of the thermal conductance in graphene nanoribbon with vacancy and substitional silicon defects”,Appl. Phys. Lett. 98, 113114 (2011).

  21. J.-W. Jiang, B.-S. Wang, J.-S. Wang, “Molecular dynamics simulation for heat transport in thin diamond nanowires”, Phys. Rev. B 83, 235432 (2011).

  22. J.-W. Jiang and J.-S. Wang, “Theoretical study of thermal conductivity in sinlge-walled boron nitride nanotubes”, Phys. Rev. B, 84, 085439 (2011).

  23. J.-W. Jiang and J.-S. Wang, “Manipulation of heat current by the interface between graphene and white graphene”, Europhys. Lett. 96, 16003 (2011).

  24. J.-W. Jiang, B.-S. Wang, and J.-S. Wang, “Minimum thermal conductance in graphene and boron nitride superlattice”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 99, 043109 (2011).

  25. J.-W. Jiang and J.-S. Wang, “Graphene-based tortional resonator from molecular dynamics simulation”, Europhys. Lett. 96, 66007 (2011) .

  26. J.-W. Jiang and J.-S. Wang, “Bright and dark modes induced by graphene bubbles”, Europhys. Lett. 97, 36004 (2012) (impact factor: 2.753).

  27. L. Shi, J.-W. Jiang, G. Zhang, and B. Li, “High Thermoelectric Figure of Merit in Silicon-Germanium Superlattice Structured Nanowires”, Appl. Phys. Lett.101, 233114 (2012).

  28. J.-W. Jiang and J.-S. Wang, “Why edge effects are important on the intrinsic lose mechanisms of graphene nanoresonators?”, J. Appl. Phys. 111, 054314 (2012).

  29. N. Yang, X. Ni, J.-W. Jiang, and B. Li, “How Does Folding Modulate Thermal Conductivity of Graphene?”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 093107 (2012).

  30. J.-W. Jiang, B.-S. Wang, and T. Rabczuk, “Acoustic and breathing phonon modes in bilayer graphene with Moir´e patterns”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 101, 023113 (2012).

  31. J.-H Zhao, N. Wei, Z. Fan, J.-W. Jiang, and T. Rabczuk “The mechanical properties of three types of carbon allotropes ”, Nanotechnology 24, 095702 (2013).

  32. J.-W. Jiang, J. Zhao, K. Zhou, and T. Rabczuk, “Ab initio prediction for thesuperior thermal conductivity of polyethylene chains”, J. Appl. Phys. 111,124304 (2012) .

  33. J.-H Zhao, L.-F. Wang, J.-W. Jiang, W.-L. Guo, and T. Rabczuk, “A comparative study of two molecular mechanics models based on harmonic potentials”, J. Appl. Phys. 113, 063509 (2013).

  34. B. Liu, C. D. Reddy, J.-W. Jiang, J. A. Baimova, S. V. Dmitriev, A. A. Nazarov, and K. Zhou, “In-plane thermal conductivity of hybrid graphene sheets”,Appl. Phys. Lett. 101, 211909 (2012). 

  35. J.-H Zhao, J.-W. Jiang, Y. Jia, W.-L. Guo, and T. Rabczuk “A theoretical analysis of cohesive energy between carbon nanotubes, graphene and substrates”,Carbon 57, 108-119 (2013).

  36. J.-W. Jiang, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “Enhancing the Mass Sensitivity of Graphene Nanoresonators Via Nonlinear Oscillations: The Effective Strain Mechanism”, Nanotechnology 3, 475501 (2012).

  37. J.-W. Jiang and T. Rabczuk “Size-Sensitive Young’s Modulus of Kinked Silicon Nanowires”, Nanotechnology 24, 185702 (2013).

  38.  Y.-C Zhang, J.-H. Zhao, N. Wei, J.-W. Jiang, and T. Rabczuk, “Effect of the dispersion of two neighbour single walled nanotubes (SWNTs) on the load transfer in polyethylene polymer matrix”, Composites Part B: Engineering 45,17141721 (2013).

  39. J.-W. Jiang, B.-S. Wang, and T. Rabczuk, “Why twisting angles are diverse in graphene Moir´e patterns?”, J. Appl. Phys. 113, 194304 (2013).

  40. J.-W. Jiang and T. Rabczuk, “Mechanical Oscillation of Kinked Silicon Nanowires: a Natural Nanoscale Spring”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 102, 123104 (2013).

  41. J. Zhao, J.-W. Jiang, N. Wei, Y. Zhang, and T. Rabczuk, “Thermal conductivity dependence on chain length in amorphous polymers ”, J. Appl. Phys. 113,184304 (2013).

  42. J.-W. Jiang, X. Zhuang, and T. Rabczuk, “Orientation Dependent Thermal Conductance in Single-Layer MoS2”, Sci. Rep. 3, 2209 (2013).

  43. J.-W. Jiang, N. Yang, B.-S. Wang, and T. Rabczuk “Modulation of Thermal Conductivity in Kinked Silicon Nanowires: Phonon Interchanging and Pinching Effects”, Nano. Lett. 13, 1670 (2013).

  44. J.-W. Jiang, Austin M. Leach, Ken Gall, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “A Surface Stacking Fault Energy Approach to Predicting Defect Nucleation in Surface-Dominated Nanostructures”, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 61,1915 (2013).

  45. J.-W. Jiang, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “Polar Surface Effects on the Thermal Conductivity in ZnO Nanowires: a Shell-Like Surface Reconstruction-Induced Preserving Mechanism”, Nanoscale 5, 11035-11043 (2013).

  46. J.-W. Jiang, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “Preserving the Q-Factors of ZnO Nanoresonators via Polar Surface Reconstruction”, Nanotechnology 24, 405705 (2013).

  47. J.-W. Jiang, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Single-Layer Molybdenum Disulphide (MoS2): Stillinger-Weber Parametrization, Mechanical Properties, and Thermal Conductivity”, J. Appl. Phys. 114, 064307 (2013). ISI Highly Cited Paper (as of January/February 2016, is in top 1% of its academic field)

  48. J.-W. Jiang, Zenan Qi, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “Elastic Bending Modulus of Single-Layer Molybdenum Disulphide (MoS2): Finite Thickness Effect”,Nanotechnology 24, 435705 (2013).

  49. J. Zhao, Jianyang Wu, J.-W. Jiang, Zhiliang Zhang, T. Rabczuk, “Thermal conductivity of carbon nanocoils”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 103, 233511 (2013).

  50. J. Zhao, J.-W. Jiang, T. Rabczuk, “Temperature-dependent mechanical properties of Single-Layer Molybdenum Disulphide (MoS2): molecular dynamics nanoindentation simulations”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 103, 231913 (2013).

  51. J.-W. Jiang, Bing-Shen Wang, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “Adsorbate Migration Effects on Continuous and Discontinuous Temperature-Dependent Transitions in the Quality Factors of Graphene Nanoresonators”, Nanotechnology 25,025501 (2014).

  52. J.-W. Jiang, Bing-Shen Wang, and T. Rabczuk, “Phonon Modes in Single-Walled Molybdenum Disulphide (MoS2) Nanotubes: Lattice Dynamics Calculation and Molecular Dynamics Simulation”, Nanotechnology 25, 105706 (2014).

  53. J.-W. Jiang, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “MoS2 Nanoresonators: Intrinsically Better Than Graphene?”, Nanoscale 6, 3618 (2014).

  54. J.-H Zhao, J.-W. Jiang, W.-L. Guo, and T. Rabczuk “Coarse-grained potentials of single-walled carbon nanotubes”, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 71, 197-218 (2014).

  55. J.-W. Jiang, “Phonon Bandgap Engineering of Strained Monolayer MoS2”, Nanoscale 6, 8326 (2014).

  56. J.-W. Jiang, “The Buckling of Single-Layer MoS2 Under Uniaxial Compression”, Nanotechnology, 25, 355402 (2014).

  57. J.-W. Jiang and H. S. Park, “Negative Poisson’s Ratio in Single-Layer Black Phosphorus”, Nature Communications, 5, 4727 (2014). ISI Highly Cited Paper (as of January/February 2016, is in top 1% of its academic field)

  58. J.-W. Jiang and H. S. Park, “Mechanical Properties of Single-Layer Black Phosphorus”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 47, 385304 (2014).

  59. J.-W. Jiang and H. S. Park, “Mechanical properties of MoS2/graphene heterostructures”,Appl. Phys. Lett. 105, 033108 (2014).

  60. J.-W. Jiang, “Strain Engineering for Thermal Conductivity of SWCNT Forests”,Carbon, 81, 88-693 (2014).

  61. J.-W. Jiang, “Registry effect on the thermal conductivity of few-layer graphene”, J. Appl. Phys. 116, 164313 (2014).

  62. Satyaprakash Sahoo, Venkateswara Rao Chitturi, Radhe Agarwal, Jin-Wu Jiang, and Ram S. Katiyar, “Thermal Conductivity of Freestanding Single Wall Carbon Nanotube Sheet by Raman Spectroscopy” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 6, 19958-19965 (2014).

  63. Jin-Wu Jiang, “A Fast Uniaxial Compression of the Single-Layer MoS2”, Sci. Rep. 5, 7814 (2015).

  64. Jin-Wu Jiang, Bing-Shen Wang, Jian-Sheng Wang, and Harold S. Park, “A Review on Flexural Mode of Graphene: Lattice Dynamics, Thermal Conduction, Thermal Expansion, Elasticity, and Nanomechanical Resonance”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 27, 083001 (2015).

  65. Jin-Wu Jiang, “Thermal Conduction in Single-Layer Black Phosphorus: Highly Anisotropic?”, Nanotechnology 26, 055701 (2015) . ISIHighly Cited Paper (as of January/February 2016, is in top 1% of its academic field)

  66. Jin-Wu Jiang, “Graphene versus MoS2: A short review”, Frontiers of Physics, 10, 106801 (2015).

  67.  J.-W. Jiang, H. S. Park, and T. Rabczuk, “A Stillinger-Weber Potential for Single-Layer Black Phosphorus, and the Importance of Cross-Pucker Interactions for Negative Poisson’s Ratio and Edge Stress-Induced Bending”, Nanoscale 7,6059 (2015).

  68. J.-W. Jiang and H. S. Park, “A Gaussian Treatment for the Friction Issue of Lennard-Jones Potential in Layered Materials: Application to Friction between Graphene, MoS2 and Black Phosphorus”, J. Appl. Phys. 117, 124304 (2015).

  69. Behrouz Arash, J.-W. Jiang, and T. Rabczuk, “A Review On Nanomechanical Resonators And Their Applications In Sensors And Molecular Transportation”,Applied Physics Review, 2, 021301 (2015).

  70. Zhiwei Ding, Jin-Wu Jiang, Qing-Xiang Pei, and Yong-Wei Zhang, “In-plane and cross-plane thermal conductivities of molybdenum disulfide”, Nanotechnology 26, 065703 (2015).

  71.  J.-T. Lu, H. Zhou, Jin-Wu Jiang,and J.-S. Wang, “Effects of electron-phonon interaction on thermal and electrical transport through molecular nano-conductors”,AIP Advances, 5, 053204 (2015).

  72. J.-W. Jiang and Harold S. Park, “An Analytic Study of Strain Engineering the Electronic Bandgap in Single-Layer Black Phosphorus”, Phys. Rev. B 91, 235118 (2015).

  73. J.-W. Jiang “Parametrization of Stillinger-Weber Potential Based on Valence Force Field Model: Application to Single-Layer MoS2 and Black Phosphorus”, Nanotechnology, 26, 315706 (2015) .

  74. Zhiwei Ding, Qing-Xiang Pei, Jin-Wu Jiang, and Yong-Wei Zhang, “Manipulating the Thermal Conductivity of Monolayer MoS2 via Lattice Defect- and Strain-Engineering”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry 119(28), 16358-16365(2015).

  75. J.-W. Jiang, “The Third Principal Direction Besides Armchair and Zigzag in Single-Layer Black Phosphorus”, Nanotechnology, 26, 365702 (2015).

  76.  Bohayra Mortazavi, J.-W. Jiang, and Timon Rabczuk, “Atomistic modeling of heat conduction in polycrystalline boron-nitride films”, Sci. Rep. 5, 13228 (2015). DOI:10.1038/srep13228.

  77. Zhen-Dong Sha, Qing-Xiang Pei, Jin-Wu Jiang, and Yong-Wei Zhang, “Mechanical properties of single-layer phosphorene at finite temperatures”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 48, 395303 (2015).

  78. Hao-Yu Zhang and J.-W. Jiang, “Elastic Bending Modulus for Single-Layer Black Phosphorus”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 48, 455305 (2015).

  79. Zhi-Wei Ding, Qing-Xiang Pei, Jin-Wu Jiang, and Yong-Wei Zhang, “Interfacial thermal conductance in graphene/MoS2 heterostructures”, Carbon, 96, 888 (2015).

  80. Cui-Xia Wang, Chao Zhang, J.-W. Jiang, and Timon Rabczuk, “The Folded MoS2 Based Nanoresonator: A Coarse-Grained Simulation”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 49(2), 025302 (2015) .

  81. Jin-Wu Jiang, “Intrinsic Twisting Instability of Kinked Silicon Nanowires for the Intracellular Recording”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 17, 28515 (2015).

  82.  Ying-Yan Zhang, Qing-Xiang Pei, Jin-Wu Jiang, and NingWei, “Thermal conductivity of single- and multi-layer phosphorene from MD simulations”, Nanoscale 8(1), 483-491 (2016) .

  83. Cui-XiaWang, Chao Zhang, J.-W. Jiang, Harold S. Park, and Timon Rabczuk, “Mechanical Strain Effects on Black Phosphorus Nanoresonators”, Nanoscale 8(2), 901-905 (2016).

  84. J.-W. Jiang “Reply to the Comment on ‘Parametrization of Stillinger-Weber Potential Based on Valence Force Field Model: Application to Single-Layer MoS2 and Black Phosphorus’”, Nanotechnology, 27, 238002 (2016).

  85. J.-W. Jiang, Bing-Shen Wang, and Harold S. Park, “Interlayer Breathing and Shear Modes in Few-Layer Black Phosphorus”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 28, 165401 (2016).

  86. J.-W. Jiang and Harold S. Park, “Negative Poisson’s Ratio in Single-Layer Graphene Ribbons”, Nano. Lett. 16, 2657-2662 (2016) .

  87. J.-W. Jiang, “Strain engineering for mechanical properties in graphene nanoribbons revisited: The warping edge effect”, J. Appl. Phys. 119, 234301 (2016).

  88. J.-W. Jiang, “Buckled Graphene for Efficient Energy Harvest and Conversion”,Nanotechnology, 27, 405402 (2016).

  89. Jin-Wu Jiang, Tienchong Chang, Xingming Guo, and Harold S. Park, “Intrinsic Negative Poisson’s Ratio for Single-Layer Graphene”, Nano. Lett. 16,5286-5290 (2016).

  90. Jin-Wu Jiang, Tienchong Chang, and Xingming Guo, “Tunable negative Poisson’s ratio in hydrogenated graphene”, Nanoscale 8, 15948 (2016).

  91. Hao-Yu Zhang, Jin-Wu Jiang, Tienchong Chang, Xingming Guo, and Harold S.Park, “The Effects of Free Edge Interaction-Induced Knotting on the Buckling ofMonolayer Graphene”, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 100-101,446-455 (2016) .

  92. J.-W. Jiang, Sung Youb Kim, and Harold S. Park, “A review on negative Poisson’s ratio of nanomaterials”, Applied Physics Review, 3, 041101 (2016).

  93. Cui-XiaWang, Chao Zhang, J.-W. Jiang, NingWei, Harold S. Park, and Timon Rabczuk, “Self-Assembly of Water Molecules Using Graphene Nanoresonators”,RSC Advance, 6, 110466-110470 (2016).

  94. J.-W. Jiang, “Origin of Hinge-Like Mechanism in Single-Layer Black Phosphorus: the Angle-Angle Cross Interaction”, Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica, accepted(2017).

  95. Yu-Ping Zhou and Jin-Wu Jiang, “Empirical descriptions for the interaction in borophene: valence force field model and Stillinger-Weber potential”, Sci. Rep.,accepted (2017).

  96. Jing Wan, Jin-Wu Jiang, and Harold S. Park, “Negative Poisson’s ratio in graphene oxide”, Nanoscale, accepted (2017).

  97. Cui-Xia Wang, Chao Zhang, J.-W. Jiang, and Timon Rabczuk, “The Effects of Vacancy and Oxidation on Black Phosphorus Nanoresonators”, Nanotechnology,28, 135202 (2017).